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Sacred Hair Growth Ingredient “Rehmannia.”

This Sacred Hair growth videos is all about Rehmannia. In the thick black roots of Rehmannia, traditional Chines Medical Doctors see a strong reservoir of nutrients beneficial to the kidneys and blood, and capable of removing heat and inflammation.

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It can be used in the treatment of deficiency diseases where the presence of heat (look for a red tongue) causes symptoms such as fever, menopausal hot flashes, and thirst.

Rehmannia can be used when there is a need to generate fluids—especially with the weakness that results from prolonged low-grade fevers–and with hormonal related deficiencies of fluid as found in Sjorgren’s syndromes and dry eyes. Rehmannis is an active ingredient of Sacred Hair Growth Formula.

About Rehmannia

Rehmannia is a perennial herb with reddish-violet flowers native to China, Japan and Korea. Its common name is Chinese Foxglove. Rehmannia’s root is used medicinally in Oriental medicine to replenish vitality, to strengthen the liver, kidney and heart and for treatment of a variety of ailments like diabetes, constipation, anemia, urinary tract problems, dizziness and regulation of menstrual flow.

Nutritional Role of Rehmannia

Rehmannia contains Vitamins A, B, C, amino acids, cerebroside, dammelittoside, melittoside, rehmaglitin and other substances that have anti-inflammatory and antifungal properties. It helps prevent depletion of glycogen for hypoglycemia and helps disperse heat from the body. Its astringent compounds help stop bleeding of ulcers and reduce inflammation of the digestive system. Other compounds work to reduce capillary fragility and help protect the adrendal glands and liver function. Rehmannia tonifies the blood and helps with deficiencies, working as a blood tonic.

Traditional Uses of Rehmannia

  • For anti-inflammatory properties
  • For antifungal properties
  • For diuretic effects
  • For vitality
  • For menstruation
  • For anemia and fatigue
  • For blood pressure, blood sugar, and cholesterol
  • For circulation
  • For urinary tract
  • For digestion and constipation

Research on the Historical Usage Guidelines

Rehmannia is considered a relatively safe herb and no adverse reactions or drug interactions are known. Mild side effects one might experience when first taking Rehmannia include diarrhea, abdominal pain, dizziness, or palpitations.

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Kasara
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Halleulajh! I needed this-you're my savior.

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@Kasara Glad you found what you need!

Daisy
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Real brain power on display. Thanks for that asnewr!

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@Daisy Thanks for your undeserved credit!